Southbound ★★★½

A collection of five stories by different directors woven together on a hellish ride bound to keep your attention.
I'm a big fan of anthology movies, and honestly kind of a snob when it comes to bad ones, this not being one of them. Not as good as "Trick R' Treat" or "Black Sabbath" yet it stays in the vein of "Tales From The Crypt" keeping you interested while having enough gore, mystery, twist and turns, to go around.
Great writing, and good acting makes this film not a typical slasher, but instead stands out as a unique perspective for the genre. Setting Hell as a endless highway in the dessert makes a more believable form of damnation instead of the typical fire and brimstone. Even non fans of horror can still enjoy.